List of Commissioners' churches in London

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A Commissioners' church is an Anglican church in the United Kingdom built with money voted by Parliament as a result of the Church Building Act 1818, and subsequent related Acts. Such churches have been given a number of titles, including "Commissioners' Churches", "Waterloo Churches" and "Million Act Churches". In some cases the Commissioners provided the full cost of the new church; in other cases they provided a grant and the balance was raised locally. This list contains the Commissioners' churches in London.

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Grade Criteria[1]
I Buildings of exceptional interest, sometimes considered to be internationally important.
II* Particularly important buildings of more than special interest.
II Buildings of national importance and special interest.
"—" denotes a work that is not graded.

Churches[edit]

Name and location Photograph Date Grant
in £
Architect Notes and refs. Grade
St Paul's Shadwell, Stepney
51°30′34″N 0°03′07″W / 51.5094°N 0.0520°W / 51.5094; -0.0520 (St Paul's Shadwell Church, Stepney)
St Pauls Shadwell.jpg
1817–21
John Walters Rebuilding of an earlier church, with a tower and spire.[2][3] II*
St Philip, Stepney
1818–19 3,500 John Walters Gothic Revival with pinnacles. Demolished.[4]
St Philip, Regent Street, Westminster
1819–22 2,000 George Repton Greek Revival with a portico and cupola. Demolished about 1875.[4]
St Anne, Wandsworth
51°27′18″N 0°11′15″W / 51.4549°N 0.1876°W / 51.4549; -0.1876 (Church of St Anne, Wandsworth)
St. Anne's Church, St. Ann's Crescent, Wandsworth. - geograph.org.uk - 20226.jpg
1820–22 14,511 Robert Smirke Neoclassical Ionic with a portico and tower. Chancel added 1896.[4][5][6] II*
St Luke's Church, Chelsea
51°29′23″N 0°10′10″W / 51.4897°N 0.1694°W / 51.4897; -0.1694 (St Luke's Church, Chelsea)
St. Luke, Chelsea - geograph.org.uk - 133721.jpg 1820–24 8,333 James Savage Gothic Revival with a tower and a west arcade.[7][8] I
St Mary,
Bryanston Square
51°31′11″N 0°09′43″W / 51.5198°N 0.1619°W / 51.5198; -0.1619 (Church of St Mary, Bryanston Square)
St Mary's Church, Bryanston Square, London (IoE Code 207691).JPG
1821–23 14,955 Robert Smirke Neoclassical Ionic with a south portico and tower.[4][9] I
St James, Hackney West
1821–23 17,910 Robert Smirke Neoclassical Doric with a portico, and cupola. Bombed 1940–41.[7]
St Barnabas,
King Square, Finsbury
51°31′40″N 0°05′52″W / 51.5277°N 0.0978°W / 51.5277; -0.0978 (St Barnabas' Church, Finsbury)
Church of St Clement with St Barnabas and St Matthew, Islington.jpg
1822–23 14,200 Thomas Hardwick Neoclassical Ionic with a portico and steeple. Altered in 1870. Bombed but restored.[7][10] II
St Matthew, Brixton
51°27′35″N 0°06′58″W / 51.4597°N 0.1160°W / 51.4597; -0.1160 (St Matthew's Church, Brixton)
Mass in Brixton sept 07.jpg
1822–24 7,917 Charles Porden Neoclassical Doric with a west portico and an east tower. Restored.[4][11][12] II*
St George, Camberwell
51°28′54″N 0°05′06″W / 51.4817°N 0.0851°W / 51.4817; -0.0851 (St George's Church, Bermondsey)
Former St George's Church, Wells Way, Camberwell, London (IoE Code 471458).JPG
1822–24 5,000 Francis Octavius Bedford Neoclassical Doric with a portico and tower. Altered in 1893 and 1909; closed in 1970. Now in residential use.[7][13] II
St Mark, Kennington
51°28′53″N 0°06′43″W / 51.4814°N 0.1120°W / 51.4814; -0.1120 (St Mark's Church, Kennington)
St Mark's church, Kennington - geograph.org.uk - 217130.jpg
1822–24 7,651 David Roper and
A. B. Clayton
Neoclassical Doric with a portico and steeple. Bombed but restored in 1949.[4][14][15][16] II*
All Souls, Langham Place, Marylebone
51°31′05″N 0°08′36″W / 51.5180°N 0.1432°W / 51.5180; -0.1432 (All Souls Church, Langham Place)
All Souls Church.jpg
1822–24 12,819 John Nash Greek Revival with a portico and spire. Restored in the 1950s.[4][17] I
Christ Church, Cosway Street, Marylebone
51°31′18″N 0°09′59″W / 51.5216°N 0.1665°W / 51.5216; -0.1665 (Christ Church, Cosway Street, Marylebone)
Christ Church, Cosway Street.jpg 1822–24 13,804 Thomas Hardwick Neoclassical Ionic with a portico and tower. Redundant.[4][18] II*
St Mary, Greenwich
1823–24 11,285 George Basevi Neoclassical Ionic with a portico and tower. Demolished in 1935.[7]
Holy Trinity, Newington
51°29′55″N 0°05′38″W / 51.4985°N 0.0939°W / 51.4985; -0.0939 (Holy Trinity Church, Newington)
Trinity church square southwark london.jpg 1823–24 8,960 Francis Octavius Bedford Neoclassical Corinthian with a north portico and a tower. Converted 1975 into a concert hall.[4][19] II
St Peter, Walworth
51°29′12″N 0°05′33″W / 51.4866°N 0.0926°W / 51.4866; -0.0926 (St Peter's Church, Walworth)
St Peter's Church, Liverpool Grove, Camberwell, London (IoE Code 471066).JPG 1823–24 9,354 John Soane Greek Revival with a tower.[4][20] I
St John, Waterloo
51°30′16″N 0°06′44″W / 51.5045°N 0.1121°W / 51.5045; -0.1121 (St John's Church, Waterloo)
St John's Church, Waterloo Road, Waterloo, London (IoE Code 204772).JPG
1823–24 9,976 Francis Octavius Bedford Neoclassical Doric with a portico, tower and spire. Bombed but restored.[7][21][22] II*
St George (Hanover Chapel), Regent Street, Westminster
1823–24 5,556 Charles Robert Cockerell Neoclassical Ionic with a portico and two west towers. Demolished in 1896.[4]
St Luke, West Norwood
51°25′56″N 0°06′13″W / 51.4323°N 0.1035°W / 51.4323; -0.1035 (Church of St Luke, West Norwood)
St Luke's Church TQ3172 019.jpg
1823–25 6,449 Francis Octavius Bedford Neoclassical Corinthian with a portico and steeple. Altered 1870.[7][11][23] II*
St John the Baptist, Hoxton
51°31′50″N 0°05′01″W / 51.5305°N 0.0836°W / 51.5305; -0.0836 (St John's Church, Hoxton)
Hoxton holy trinity 1.jpg
1824–26 16,444 Francis Edwards Neoclassical Ionic with a tower.[7][24] II*
St Peter, Eaton Square, Belgravia
51°29′52″N 0°08′57″W / 51.4979°N 0.1493°W / 51.4979; -0.1493 (St Peter's Church, Eaton Square)
St Peter's Eaton Square, Belgravia.jpg
1824–27 5,556 Henry Hakewill Neoclassical Ionic with a portico and tower.[7][25] II*
St Mark, Clerkenwell
51°31′48″N 0°06′32″W / 51.5301°N 0.1088°W / 51.5301; -0.1088 (St Mark's Church, Clerkenwell)
St Mark's Church, Clerkenwell.jpg 1825–27 15,893 William Chadwell Mylne Gothic Revival with a tower.[7][26][27] II
St Mary, Haggerston
St Mary Haggerston.jpg
1825–27 15,803 John Nash Gothic Revival with a tower. Bombed 1940–41.[7]
St Mark, North Audley Street, Westminster
51°30′47″N 0°09′12″W / 51.5131°N 0.1532°W / 51.5131; -0.1532 (St Mark's Church, North Audley Street, Westminster)
Former St Mark's Church, North Audley Street, London (IoE Code 421605).JPG
1825–27 5,556 J. P. Gandy-Deering Neoclassical Ionic with a portico and turrets. Altered in 1878 and 2005.[4][28] I
Holy Trinity, Marylebone
51°31′28″N 0°08′37″W / 51.5245°N 0.1437°W / 51.5245; -0.1437 (Holy Trinity Church, Marylebone)
Former Holy Trinity Church, Marylebone Road, London (IoE Code 417828).jpg
1826–27 19,041 Sir John Soane Greek Revival with a tower. Chancel added 1878. Internal reconstruction 1956.[4][29] II*
St John, Bethnal Green
51°31′39″N 0°03′18″W / 51.5276°N 0.0550°W / 51.5276; -0.0550 (St John's Church, Bethnal Green)
St John Bethnal.jpg 1826–28 18,226 John Soane Greek Revival with a tower. Damaged by fire in 1870; additions made in 1888.[7][30][31] I
Holy Trinity, Islington
51°32′15″N 0°06′30″W / 51.5374°N 0.1082°W / 51.5374; -0.1082 (Holy Trinity Church, Islington)
Celestial Church of Christ, Cloudesley Square. - geograph.org.uk - 110142.jpg
1826–28 9,231 Charles Barry Restored.[7][32] II
St John, Islington
51°33′50″N 0°07′49″W / 51.5638°N 0.1303°W / 51.5638; -0.1303 (Church of St John, Islington)
St John's Church, Holloway Road, Upper Holloway - geograph.org.uk - 359088.jpg
1826–28 9,958 Charles Barry Gothic Revival with a west tower in brick.[7][33] II*
St Paul, Islington
51°32′47″N 0°05′16″W / 51.5465°N 0.0878°W / 51.5465; -0.0878 (St Paul's Church, Islington)
Islington st pauls 1.jpg 1826–28 8,654 Charles Barry Gothic Revival with an east tower in brick. Converted in 2004.[34][35] II*
Holy Trinity, Brompton
51°29′52″N 0°10′12″W / 51.4978°N 0.1700°W / 51.4978; -0.1700 (Holy Trinity Church, Brompton)
Holy Trinity Brompton-2.jpg 1826–29 7,407 Thomas Leverton Donaldson Gothic Revival with a tower. Chancel added in 1878.[7][36][37] II
St Bartholomew, Sydenham
51°25′40″N 0°03′29″W / 51.4279°N 0.0581°W / 51.4279; -0.0581 (St Bartholomew's Church, Sydenham)
St Bartholomew's, Sydenham - geograph.org.uk - 851164.jpg 1826–31 9,325 Lewis Vulliamy Gothic Revival with a tower. Chancel 1857; further additions in 1883.[38][39] II*
St George, Battersea
1827–28 3,111 Edward Blore Gothic Revival with a bell turret. Demolished.[40]
St James, Croydon
51°22′54″N 0°05′42″W / 51.3816°N 0.0950°W / 51.3816; -0.0950 (Church of St James, Croydon)
St. James Church, Croydon - geograph.org.uk - 1345107.jpg 1827–28 1,474 Robert Wallace Gothic Revival with a belfry. Chancel added 1881.[41][42] II*
St Mary the Less, Lambeth
1827–28 5,801 Francis Octavius Bedford Gothic Revival with a bell turret and spire. Demolished about 1960.[43]
St John, Walham Green
51°28′52″N 0°11′56″W / 51.4812°N 0.1988°W / 51.4812; -0.1988 (St John's Church, Walham Green)
St John's Church, Walham Green.jpg 1827–28 6,957 George Ledwell Taylor Gothic Revival with a west tower and lancet windows.[38][44] II
St Paul, Winchmore Hill
51°38′07″N 0°06′21″W / 51.6354°N 0.1059°W / 51.6354; -0.1059 (St Paul's Church, Winchmore Hill)
St Paul's Church, Winchmore Hill, London N21 - geograph.org.uk - 1103723.jpg 1827–28 3,250 John Davies Gothic Revival with a bell turret. Chancel added in 1873.[4][45] II
St James, Bermondsey
51°29′49″N 0°04′00″W / 51.4970°N 0.0668°W / 51.4970; -0.0668 (St James' Church, Bermondsey)
St James's Church, Thurland Road, Bermondsey, London (IoE Code 471382).jpg
1827–29 17,666 James Savage Greek Revival with a tower.[7][46] II*
All Saints,
Beulah Hill, Croydon
51°24′40″N 0°05′13″W / 51.4111°N 0.0869°W / 51.4111; -0.0869 (All Saints Church, Beulah Hill)
All Saints Church, Beulah Hill - geograph.org.uk - 1093950.jpg
1827–29 5,026 James Savage Gothic Revival in brick with four turrets. Chancel added in 1861.[47][48] II
St Peter, Hammersmith
51°29′29″N 0°14′31″W / 51.4914°N 0.2420°W / 51.4914; -0.2420 (St Peter's Church, Hammersmith)
St Peter's Square, Hammersmith.jpg 1827–29 9,099 Edward Lapidge Neoclassical Doric with a west tower.[34][49] II*
St Barnabas, Kensington
51°29′57″N 0°12′23″W / 51.4991°N 0.2064°W / 51.4991; -0.2064 (St Barnabas' Church, Kensington)
St Barnabas' Church. Kensington.jpg 1827–29 7,983 Lewis Vulliamy Gothic Revival with corner turrets. Additions in 1861 and 1909.[34][50] II
Holy Trinity, Chelsea
1828–29 6,729 James Savage Gothic Revival with two west towers and a spire. Demolished 1890.[7]
Holy Trinity, Hounslow
1828–29 3,730 Henry Mawley Gothic Revival with turrets and dwarf spires. Enlarged 1857; damaged by fire 1943; replaced 1961.[38]
St Mary, Plaistow, Newham
1828–29 3,100 Edward Blore Gothic Revival with turrets and a belfry. Replaced in 1889–94.[51]
Holy Trinity,
Tottenham Green
51°35′18″N 0°04′17″W / 51.5883°N 0.0715°W / 51.5883; -0.0715 (Holy Trinity Church, Tottenham Green)
Holy Trinity Church, Tottenham Green.jpg 1828–29 3,205 James Savage Gothic Revival with two east and two west turrets.[38][52] II
All Saints, Skinner Street,
City of London
1828–30 10,686 Michael Meredith Gothic Revival style. Demolished about 1869.[34]
Holy Trinity, Camden
1829–31 8,521 Francis Octavius Bedford[53] Gothic Revival with a turret and spire. Replaced 1910.[34]
St John the Baptist, Hampton Wick
51°24′42″N 0°18′46″W / 51.4118°N 0.3128°W / 51.4118; -0.3128 (St John's Church, Hampton Wick)
1829–31 4,558 Edward Lapidge Gothic Revival with a bell turret. Chancel added 1888.[38]
St Mary, Ilford
51°33′42″N 0°05′16″E / 51.5616°N 0.0878°E / 51.5616; 0.0878 (St Mary's Church, Ilford)
1829–31 3,117 James Savage Gothic Revival with a tower. Chancel added 1920.[51]
St John, Richmond
51°27′51″N 0°18′01″W / 51.4642°N 0.3004°W / 51.4642; -0.3004 (St John's Church, Richmond)
St John's Church, Richmond.jpg 1829–31 3,133 Lewis Vulliamy Gothic Revival with a cupola. Chancel added 1904–05.[41][54] II
St James, Enfield Highway
51°39′21″N 0°02′50″W / 51.6559°N 0.0471°W / 51.6559; -0.0471 (St James' Church, Enfield)
St James, Enfield Highway.JPG
1830 2,146 William Conrad Lochner Gothic Revival style. Chancel added 1864.[38][55] II
St John the Evangelist,
Hyde Park
St John the Evangelist's Church, Paddington, London (IoE Code 406671).JPG
1830–31 6,275 Charles Fowler Gothic Revival with a belfry. Altered 1888.[43][56] II
St Michael, Highgate
51°34′08″N 0°09′01″W / 51.5689°N 0.1503°W / 51.5689; -0.1503 (St Michael's Church, Highgate)
St Michael's church, Highgate - geograph.org.uk - 1784342.jpg
1830–32 4,811 Lewis Vulliamy Gothic Revival with a tower and a spire. Chancel added 1881.[7][57] II*
St Peter, Saffron Hill, Camden Town
1830–32 16,219 Charles Barry Gothic Revival with two west turrets. Demolished 1955.[4]
Christ Church,
Woburn Square, Bloomsbury
1831–32 5,097 Lewis Vulliamy Gothic Revival with a tower and a spire. Demolished.[40]
St Philip, Clerkenwell
1831–32 4,893 Edward Buckton Lamb Gothic Revival with a belfry. Demolished.[34]
St John the Evangelist, Stratford, Newham
51°32′30″N 0°00′11″E / 51.5418°N 0.0030°E / 51.5418; 0.0030 (St John's Church, Stratford)
St John's Stratford.JPG
1832–33 6,200 Edward Blore Gothic Revival with a west tower and spire. Chancel added in 1882.[51][58] II
St Michael, Burleigh Street, Westminster
1832–34 7,478 James Savage Gothic Revival with a spire and clerestory. Demolished about 1909.[4]
Holy Trinity, Woolwich
1833 10 John Douglas Hopkins Georgian Revival, stuccoed with a west tower. Demolished.[38]
St Mary the Virgin, Vincent Square, Westminster
1835–36 2,898 Edward Blore Gothic Revival with a steeple. Demolished.[38]
Holy Trinity, Gough Square,
City of London
1837 1,000 John Shaw, Jr. Gothic Revival with a tower. Demolished 1913.[34]
Holy Trinity, Holborn
1837–38 6,109 James Pennethorne Greek Revival with a tower. Demolished.[34]
Holy Trinity, Rotherhithe
1837–38 1,161 Sampson Kempthorne Gothic Revival with a tower. Bombed; demolished.[43]
St Luke, Berwick Street, Westminster
1837–39 2,500 Edward Blore Gothic Revival with a belfry. Demolished.[38]
Holy Trinity, Blackheath
1838–39 1,000 James William Wild Gothic Revival with two eastern turrets and spires. Bombed; demolished.[34]
Holy Trinity, Lambeth
1838–39 1,000 Edward Blore Norman Revival style with a tower. Bombed; demolished.[43]
All Saints, Rotherhithe
c. 1839 949 Sampson Kempthorne Gothic Revival style. Demolished.[43]
Holy Trinity,
Barkingside
51°35′22″N 0°04′36″E / 51.5895°N 0.0766°E / 51.5895; 0.0766 (Holy Trinity Church, Barkingside)
Holy Trinity Church, Barkingside, Essex - geograph.org.uk - 34191.jpg 1839–40 355 Edward Blore Norman Revival with a belfry. Chancel added in 1875.[51][59] II
St Mary Magdalene,
Camberwell
1839–40 1,000 Robert Palmer Browne Gothic Revival with a tower and a spire. Bombed; demolished.[40]
St Saviour, Chelsea
51°29′51″N 0°09′46″W / 51.4976°N 0.1627°W / 51.4976; -0.1627 (St Saviour's Church, Chelsea)
St Saviour's Church, Chelsea.jpg 1839–40 500 George Basevi Norman Revival style with turrets. Enlarged 1878; chancel added 1890.[34][60] II
St James, Clapton
51°33′27″N 0°03′23″W / 51.5574°N 0.0563°W / 51.5574; -0.0563 (St James' Church, Clapton)
St James Church, Clapton - geograph.org.uk - 385830.jpg c. 1840 912 Edward Charles Hakewill Gothic Revival style. Chancel added 1902.[34][61] II
St Philip, Dalston
c. 1840 1,000 Henry Duesbury Gothic Revival style. Demolished.[34]
St Andrew, Bethnal Green
1840–41 500 Thomas Henry Wyatt and Brandon Lombard style with a northeast tower. Demolished 1960.[40]
St Peter, Bethnal Green
51°31′49″N 0°03′53″W / 51.5302°N 0.0646°W / 51.5302; -0.0646 (St Peter's Church, Bethnal Green)
Bethnal Green, Church of St Peter and St Thomas - geograph.org.uk - 1716739.jpg 1840–41 500 Lewis Vulliamy Norman Revival style with a west steeple; in flint.[40][62] II
St Michael, Stockwell
51°28′18″N 0°07′02″W / 51.4718°N 0.1172°W / 51.4718; -0.1172 (St Michael's Church, Stockwell)
St Michael, Stockwell Park Road - geograph.org.uk - 1411948.jpg 1840–41 1,200 William Rogers Gothic Revival with an east tower and spire. Since restored.[43][63] II
Christ Church, Streatham
51°26′40″N 0°07′18″W / 51.4445°N 0.1216°W / 51.4445; -0.1216 (Christ Church, Streatham)
Christ Church, Christchurch Road - geograph.org.uk - 1412163.jpg
1840–41 300 James William Wild Byzantine Revival with a southwest campanile. Bombed; restored.[38][64] I
St Paul, Wilton Place, Westminster
51°30′05″N 0°09′21″W / 51.5014°N 0.1558°W / 51.5014; -0.1558 (St Paul's Church, Wilton Place)
St Paul's Church, Wilton Place.jpg
1840–41 1,000 Thomas Cundy (junior) Gothic Revival with a tower. Altered in 1870 and 1891.[38][65] II*
St James-the-Less, Bethnal Green
51°31′54″N 0°02′52″W / 51.5318°N 0.0479°W / 51.5318; -0.0479 (St James the Less Church, Bethnal Green)
Church of St James the Less, Bethnal Green - geograph.org.uk - 794387.jpg 1840–42 500 Lewis Vulliamy Norman Revival style. Bombed 1940; restored 1961.[40][66] II
St Thomas,
Noak Hill, Havering
51°37′25″N 0°13′29″E / 51.6237°N 0.2247°E / 51.6237; 0.2247 (St Thomas' Church, Noak Hill)
1841 150 George Smith Tudor Revival style with a tower, spire and transepts.[51][67] II
St Peter, Norbiton,
Kingston upon Thames
51°24′39″N 0°17′29″W / 51.4109°N 0.2914°W / 51.4109; -0.2914 (St Peter's Church, Norbiton)
St Peter's parish church, Norbiton - geograph.org.uk - 1273928.jpg 1841 500 George Gilbert Scott and Moffatt Norman Revival style. Chancel added 1866.[41][68] II
St Philip, Bethnal Green
1841–42 500 Thomas Larkins Walker Norman Revival style with two west towers in brick. Converted.[40]
Emmanuel, Camberwell
1841–42 992 Thomas Bellamy Norman Revival with two stunted west towers. Demolished about 1957.[40]
St Mary Magdalene, Southwark
1841–42 1,696 Benjamin Ferrey Gothic Revival with a turret and transepts.[43]
St James, Sussex Gardens, Paddington
51°30′47″N 0°10′35″W / 51.5131°N 0.1763°W / 51.5131; -0.1763 (St James Church, Sussex Gardens)
St. James's, Paddington - geograph.org.uk - 1465126.jpg
1841–43 2,000 John Goldicutt and George Gutch Gothic Revival with a tower and spire. Rebuilt in 1881, incorporating the chancel as a chapel.[43][69] II*
Christ Church,
Turnham Green
51°29′32″N 0°15′54″W / 51.4921°N 0.2651°W / 51.4921; -0.2651 (Christ Church, Turnham Green)
Christ-Church-Turnham-Green-2906r.jpg 1841–43 500 George Gilbert Scott and Moffatt Gothic Revival style. Chancel added 1889.[38][70] II
St Batholomew,
Bethnal Green
1842–43 800 William Railton Gothic Revival style. Converted into flats 1983.[40]
Christ Church, Broadway, Westminster
1842–43 1,441 Ambrose Poynter Gothic Revival style. Demolished 1954.[38]
St Jude, Chelsea
1842–44 500 George Basevi Gothic Revival with southwest tower. Demolished 1934.[34]
St Paul, Herne Hill
51°27′17″N 0°05′57″W / 51.4548°N 0.0993°W / 51.4548; -0.0993 (St Paul's Church, Herne Hill)
St Paul's Church, Herne Hill.jpg 1843–44 700 George Alexander Gothic Revival with a west tower and spire. Rebuilt after a fire in 1858.[40][71] II*
St John the Evangelist,
Kensal Green
51°31′41″N 0°12′55″W / 51.5280°N 0.2153°W / 51.5280; -0.2153 (St John's Church, Kensal Green)
St. John the Evangelist, Kensal Green - geograph.org.uk - 998127.jpg
1843–44 500 Henry Kendall Norman Revival with two west towers. Chancel added later.[34][72] II
Christ Church, Camden
1844 1,000 Benjamin Ferrey Gothic Revival with a spire. Demolished about 1931.[34]
St James, Kensington
51°30′30″N 0°12′48″W / 51.5083°N 0.2132°W / 51.5083; -0.2132 (St James' Church, Kensington)
Church of St James Norlands - geograph.org.uk - 421513.jpg 1844–45 500 Lewis Vulliamy Gothic Revival with a tower. Chancel added 1876.[34][73] II
All Saints, Lambeth
1844–45 6,513 William Rogers Norman Revival style with a tower. Demolished about 1899.[43]
Holy Trinity, Paddington
1844–46 1,000 Thomas Cundy (junior) Gothic Revival with a tower and spire. Demolished.[43]
St John the Evangelist,
St Pancras
c. 1845 300 Hugh Smith Romanesque Revival style with a southwest tower. Bombed; demolished.[43]
St Jude, Bethnal Green
1845–46 500 Henry Clutton Lombard style with a transeptal towers. Bombed; demolished.[40]
St Jude, Whitechapel
1845–46 2,103 Frederick John Francis Gothic Revival with a southwest tower. Demolished 1927.[38]
St John, Woolwich
51°30′10″N 0°02′34″E / 51.5027°N 0.0429°E / 51.5027; 0.0429 (St John's Church, Woolwich)
1845–46 2,012 Francis E. H. Fowler Gothic Revival style. Restored 1912.[38]
St Barnabas, Homerton
51°32′56″N 0°02′33″W / 51.5489°N 0.0426°W / 51.5489; -0.0426 (St Barnabas' Church, Homerton)
St Barnabas' Church, Homerton.jpg 1845–47 1,050 Arthur Ashpitel Gothic Revival with a west tower. Bombed; restored 1956.[34][74] II
St John of Jerusalem,
South Hackney
51°32′25″N 0°02′46″W / 51.5404°N 0.0461°W / 51.5404; -0.0461 (St John's Church, South Hackney)
Church of St John of Jerusalem, Hackney - geograph.org.uk - 91197.jpg 1845–47 1,000 Edward Charles Hakewill Gothic Revival with a west steeple and transepts.[34][75] II*
St Andrew, Marylebone
1846 800 Samuel Daukes Gothic Revival with a tower and spire. Re-erected at Kingsbury 1933.[43]
St Simon Zelotes,
Bethnal Green
c. 1846 500 Benjamin Ferrey Gothic Revival with a bellcote. Demolished.[40]
St Matthias,
Bethnal Green
1846–47 1,200 Thomas Henry Wyatt Italianate with a southwest tower and spire. Demolished 1957.[40]
All Saints, Paddington
1846–47 100 Henry Clutton Gothic Revival with a bell turret. Burnt down 1895.[43]
St Paul, Bermondsey
1846–48 400 Samuel Sanders Teulon Gothic Revival style. Chancel added 1901. Demolished.[40]
Christ Church, Bermondsey
1847–48 300 William B. Hays Norman Revival style. Demolished.[40]
Christ Church, Highbury
51°33′09″N 0°05′55″W / 51.5525°N 0.0987°W / 51.5525; -0.0987 (Christ Church, Highbury)
1847–48 50 Thomas Allom Gothic Revival with a central octagon. Altered in 1872 and 1911.[34]
St Paul, Camden Square, Camden Town
1847–49 500 Frederick Ordish and John Johnson Gothic Revival with a tower and spire. Demolished.[43]
Christ Church, Greenwich
1847–49 450 John Brown Gothic Revival with a tower. Bombed; converted.[34]
St Stephen,
St John's Wood
c. 1848 500 Samuel Daukes Gothic Revival with a southeast tower. Demolished.[43]
Christ Church, Battersea
1848–49 200 Lee and
Thomas Bury
Gothic Revival style. Demolished 1944.[40]
All Saints,
Ennismore Gardens,
Westminster
51°30′02″N 0°10′09″W / 51.5006°N 0.1691°W / 51.5006; -0.1691 (All Saints Church, Westminster)
Russian Patriarchal Orthodox cathedral Kensington London.jpg
1848–49 2,000 Lewis Vulliamy Italianate with a tower. From 1955 Russian Orthodox Cathedral.[38][76] II*
St James, Edmonton
1849 100 Edward Ellis Gothic Revival style. Redundant.[38]
St Barnabas, Lambeth
c. 1849 200 Joseph Clarke and James Humphreys Gothic Revival style.[43]
St Paul, Rotherhithe
c. 1849 150 William Beatson Demolished.[43]
Holy Trinity,
Camden Town
51°32′39″N 0°08′42″W / 51.5441°N 0.1450°W / 51.5441; -0.1450 (Holy Trinity Church, Camden Town)
Holy Trinity, Clarence Way, Kentish Town, London NW1 - geograph.org.uk - 307897.jpg 1849–50 400 Thomas Henry Wyatt and Brandon Gothic Revival with a tower and spire.[43][77] II
St Thomas, Charlton
51°29′19″N 0°02′48″E / 51.4887°N 0.0466°E / 51.4887; 0.0466 (St Thomas' Church, Charlton)
St Thomas Church - geograph.org.uk - 262013.jpg 1849–50 500 Joseph Gwilt Norman Revival style. Apse added 1893.[34][78] II
St Mary, The Boltons, Kensington
51°29′21″N 0°11′03″W / 51.4891°N 0.1842°W / 51.4891; -0.1842 (St Mary's Church, Chelsea)
St Mary's the Boltons.jpg
1849–50 85 George Godwin Gothic Revival with a Greek cross plan. Bombed; restored.[43][79] II
St Stephen
Shepherd's Bush
51°30′21″N 0°13′44″W / 51.5058°N 0.2290°W / 51.5058; -0.2290 (St Stephen's Church, Shepherd's Bush)
St Stephen's Shepherds Bush.JPG
1849–50 370 Anthony Salvin Gothic Revival with a tower.[34][80] II
St Matthew, Great Peter Street, Westminster
51°29′49″N 0°07′51″W / 51.4970°N 0.1309°W / 51.4970; -0.1309 (St Matthew's Church, Westminster)
St Matthew's Church, Great Peter Street, London SW1 - geograph.org.uk - 1064428.jpg
1849–50 2,000 George Gilbert Scott Gothic Revival style. Restored 1984 after a fire.[38][81] II
St Peter, Croydon
51°21′48″N 0°05′44″W / 51.3634°N 0.0955°W / 51.3634; -0.0955 (St Peter's Church, Croydon)
St Peter's Church, Croydon - North East.jpg
1849–51 250 George Gilbert Scott Gothic Revival with a tower and spire.[41][82] II
Holy Trinity, Bessborough Gardens, Westminster
51°29′19″N 0°07′50″W / 51.4887°N 0.1306°W / 51.4887; -0.1306 (Holy Trinity, Bessborough Gardens)
1849–52 10 John Loughborough Pearson Gothic Revival style. Demolished 1954.[38]
St Saviour, Hampstead
51°32′42″N 0°09′29″W / 51.5449°N 0.1580°W / 51.5449; -0.1580 (St Saviour's Church, Hampstead)
St Saviour, Eton Road, London NW3 - geograph.org.uk - 1752529.jpg
1849–56 5 Edward Middleton Barry Gothic Revival style.[34][83] II
St Matthew, Islington
c. 1850 50 Alexander Dick Gough Gothic Revival style. Bombed; demolished.[34]
Emmanuel,
Forest Gate
51°32′46″N 0°01′34″E / 51.5462°N 0.0262°E / 51.5462; 0.0262 (Emmanuel Church, Forest Gate)
Emmanuel Church, Forest Gate.jpg 1850–51 125 George Gilbert Scott Gothic Revival style.[51][84] II
Christ Church,
Broad Green, Croydon
1851 3,000 Samuel Sanders Teulon Gothic Revival with transepts. Chancel enlarged in 1860.[47]
Christ Church,
Stratford Marsh
1851 350 John Johnson Gothic Revival with a tower. Replaced about 1974.[51]
St Mark, Camden Town
51°32′16″N 0°09′08″W / 51.5379°N 0.1523°W / 51.5379; -0.1523 (St Mark's Church, Camden Town)
The Parish Church of St Mark, Regent's Park - geograph.org.uk - 379237.jpg
1851–53 250 Thomas Little Gothic Revival with a tower and spire. Enlarged 1890; restored 1957.[43][85] II
St Matthias,
Stoke Newington
51°33′09″N 0°04′46″W / 51.5525°N 0.0795°W / 51.5525; -0.0795 (St Matthias' Church, Stoke Newington)
Stoke newington st matthias 1.jpg
1851–53 250 William Butterfield Gothic Revival with a central tower. Bombed; restored.[43][86] I
Christ Church, Forest Hill
51°26′17″N 0°02′54″W / 51.4381°N 0.0484°W / 51.4381; -0.0484 (Christ Church, Forest Hill)
Christ Church, Forest Hill SE23 - geograph.org.uk - 72598.jpg
1851–56 140 Ewan Christian Gothic Revival with a west steeple. Converted into residential accommodation 2004.[38][87] II
St Mark, South Norwood, Croydon
51°23′56″N 0°04′13″W / 51.3989°N 0.0704°W / 51.3989; -0.0704 (St Mark's Church, South Norwood)
St Mark's Church, South Norwood.jpg 1852 100 Thomas Finden and Thomas Lewis Gothic Revival with a west bell turret. Aisles added in 1864, chancel 1869.[41][88] II
St John the Evangelist,
Angell Town, Brixton
51°28′03″N 0°06′33″W / 51.4675°N 0.1093°W / 51.4675; -0.1093 (St John's Church, Brixton)
St John's Church, Brixton.jpg 1852–53 10 Benjamin Ferrey Gothic Revival with a west tower. North transept added 1876; damaged by fire in 1947 and restored.[43][89] II
St John the Evangelist,
Limehouse
1852–53 400 Henry Clutton Gothic Revival with a turret. Demolished.[43]
St Andrew, Islington
51°32′28″N 0°06′55″W / 51.5411°N 0.1153°W / 51.5411; -0.1153 (St Andrew's Church, Islington)
St Andrew's Church, Bridgeman Road, N1 - geograph.org.uk - 413938.jpg
c. 1852–54 350 Francis Newman and John Johnson Gothic Revival with a southwest tower and transepts.[34][90] II
St Mark, Islington
51°33′54″N 0°06′57″W / 51.5651°N 0.1158°W / 51.5651; -0.1158 (St Mark's Church, Islington)
St Mark's Church, Finsbury Park - geograph.org.uk - 975526.jpg
c. 1853 210 Alexander Dick Gough Gothic Revival style. Aisles added 1884.[34][91] II
St James, Hatcham
1853–54 400 Walter Granville Gothic Revival style. Now a dance centre.[34]
St Andrew, Ashley Place, Westminster
1853–55 2,000 George Gilbert Scott Gothic Revival with a turret. Demolished about 1955.[38]
St John, Blackheath
51°28′33″N 0°01′07″E / 51.4758°N 0.0186°E / 51.4758; 0.0186 (St John's Church, Blackheath)
St John's Church, Blackheath - geograph.org.uk - 691816.jpg
c. 1854 5 Arthur Ashpitel Gothic Revival style.[34][92] II
St Luke, Marylebone
c. 1854 10 Ewan Christian Gothic Revival with a south tower. Demolished other than the tower.[43]
St Jude, Islington
51°32′56″N 0°04′50″W / 51.5489°N 0.0805°W / 51.5489; -0.0805 (St Jude's Church, Islington)
St. Jude and St. Paul's Church, Dalston - geograph.org.uk - 1009419.jpg
1854–55 250 Alexander Dick Gough Gothic Revival with south tower and spire. Chancel and clerestory added 1871.[34][93] II
Christ Church,
Lancaster Gate, Bayswater
51°30′43″N 0°10′49″W / 51.5120°N 0.1804°W / 51.5120; -0.1804 (Tower and Spire of Christ Church, Lancaster Gate)
1854–55 10 Frederick and Horace Francis Gothic Revival style. Body converted into residential use; tower remains.[43][94] II
Christ Church, Lambeth
1855 5 Vernon Arnold Italianate style. Demolished 1899.[43]
St Andrew, Lambeth
c. 1855 230 Samuel Sanders Teulon Gothic Revival with northwest steeple. Demolished 1955.[43]
St John the Baptist, Isleworth
51°28′20″N 0°20′11″W / 51.4721°N 0.3365°W / 51.4721; -0.3365 (St John's Church, Isleworth)
St. John the Baptist Church, Isleworth - geograph.org.uk - 744683.jpg 1855–56 10 James Deason Gothic Revival style.[43][95] II
St Saviour, Warwick Avenue, Paddington
c. 1855–56 5 Thomas Little Gothic Revival style. Chancel added 1883. Demolished.[43]
St Stephen's Church, Westbourne Park, Paddington St Stephen, Westbourne Park.jpg c. 1855–56 10 Frederick and Horace Francis Gothic Revival with a tower and spire. Apse added 1900.[43][96] II
All Saints, Shoreditch
51°32′21″N 0°04′25″W / 51.5391°N 0.0735°W / 51.5391; -0.0735 (All Saints Church, Shoreditch)
Haggerston, All Saints Church, Haggerston Road - geograph.org.uk - 1728956.jpg 1856 200 Philip Hardwick Gothic Revival style.[43][97] II

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